Shelby Brings 700-Horsepower 2016 Ford F-150 To SEMA

This thing has all sorts of upgrades, starting with a V8 engine that’s gone from 395 horsepower to 700. That’s thanks to a supercharger, a new cold air intake, a billet high-flow throttle body, better fuel injectors, and a Borla exhaust, among a few other things.

Off-road pieces include a performance suspension from Shelby, Fox, and BDS. That crawls terrain on 18-inch Shelby wheels and BFGoodrich K02 tires. Also, did you see those racing stripes? That makes everything better, faster, and stronger, because they look so damn cool.

The custom won’t come cheap. In order to get one of the 500 of these that will be built, you’ll have to cough up $85,495 for a stock engine version or $98,995 for 700 ponies (seriously, at that money range, why would you ever get the lower engine?).


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